03.08.2018 u 11:29, Séamas Ó Brógáin je napisao/la:
Thank you, all.
The .aff file is somewhat outside my comfort zone, but I’ll certainly
experiment with it.
I may have caused some confusion with my use of the word “accents,”
which I used (for simplicity’s sake) instead of “diacritical marks.”
I’m concerned with words in which the acute accent is not a temporary
mark to show accent or stress but in which áéíóú are distinct letters,
not interchangeable with aeiou. Exchanging one for the other in such a
word is therefore a spelling error.
In that case what you should to is check if áéíó are listed in TRY
section of .aff file (usually right at the top) and add any word you
need (which uses this letters) to .dic file as regular words (as in your
case that's what they really are).
For what I can see from your follow-up is that your dictionary is
missing some proper words and you have the same situation as with s ~ š,
z ~ ž, c ~ č ~ ć in Croatian. My previous answer was really concerning
Feel free to ask if you need any further advice or assistance.
But I think Kruno has put me on the right track, and that the ICONV
feature in the .aff file is the place to start.
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